This trail starts at Sallent and takes some of the most enjoyable paths in the area before going uphill towards the Sierra de Partacua and the La Paul and Escarra lakes (in the Pyrenees these lakes are known as ibones). The route brings you around the right bank of the lakes (path and track) and as far as the Escarra Dam. From there, you use bridle paths (constructed for the water engineering works that were carried out at the start of the last century) to climb to Pacino. You can walk to the summit, which is 100 metres further up. Either way, the views over the Tena Valley are exceptional. The descent starts here, initially by a path that zigzags very steeply downwards; this leads onto the path used for bringing herds of animals to Sallent, which is where the trail finishes up.
This is one of the busiest walking trails in the valley. Cyclists are asked to respect fully the right of way enjoyed by walkers.
START: Sallent de Gállego sports grounds, Paseo Fermín Arrudi.